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Have you ever seen a Risso’s dolphin while out at sea? These large dolphins with their melon-shaped heads and distinctive scratches on their bodies make them easy to identify and can sometimes be spotted swimming in Sri Lankan waters. #MarineMegafaunaMonday

📢 New blog post alert!

Another blog post by Ayani, our intern, where she revisits the mind blowing encounters in the field that will always have a special place in her memory. Read to know about the marine mammals, turtles and seabirds they observed!

🔗http://ow.ly/x9QT50KYiMG

Brittle stars are echinoderms and belong to the same group of animals as sea stars, sea urchins and sea cucumbers and are found in waters around the world. Brittle stars are so named because their skin dries and breaks very easily - it’s brittle! #MarineMegafaunaMonday

Bioluminescence in Galle face, Colombo last night! Worth heading out tonight - no guarantees but if you see it, it’s magical! Read this for more https://www.instagram.com/p/CiztdsghQA6/?igshid=YWZlMWU5YjI= thanks @iFiri for the video! @OceanswellOrg

There are two species of mako sharks: shortfin and longfin. Both species are incredibly fast swimmers owing to the design and structure of their bodies. Shortfin mako sharks grow up to about 3.8 m and weigh in at about 545 kg. For more on shortfin makos: http://ow.ly/w5XO50KMKIA